An Ashmont man has been charged in relation to a domestic violence situation at the weekend that saw a 37-year-old woman dragged through a bedroom window.
Police were called to a home on Ashmont Avenue about 7.30 on Saturday night, following reports of a domestic dispute.
Officers spoke with a 37-year-old woman and three young girls aged six, seven and 10.
It is understood the man is known to the 37-year-old woman.
Police will allege that he assaulted her at the Ashmont home by dragging her through a bedroom window before leaving.
The woman sustained minor injuries and did not require hospitalisation.
Assisted by Traffic and Highway Patrol Command, officers attached to the Riverina Police District located and arrested a 34-year-old man at a home on Blakemore Avenue.
He was taken to Wagga Police Station, where he has been charged with possession of a loaded firearm endangering life in a non-public place, assault occasioning actual bodily harm (DV), larceny, stalk/intimidation intending to fear physical harm.
Police will further allege the man threatened the woman with a firearm, while the children were present at the Blakemore Avenue address on Friday.
He will appear before Wagga Local Court on Monday.